Diwali is just around the corner and you do want to look your best. If you have been wondering how to make heads turn, then here are a few suggestions that will make you grab eye balls a la Bollywood divas.
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Hindi Cinema’s evergreen beauty Rekha has wowed us time and again by going the traditional way. Pick up a rich Kanjeeram Saree this Diwali to add a priceless piece to your wardrobe. Jewellery made of gold will add to the gorgeousness.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan
To get this Aishwarya Rai look, you will have to go for a saree with a netted pallu. Team it up with a boat-necked full-sleeved blouse and compliment the look with minimal jewellery.
Madhuri effortlessly carries a saree and she looks absolutet gorgeous. You can pick up embroidered chiffon saree and team it up with a matching blouse. Keep the ornamentation minimal because the embroidery will enhance your look.
You can get this Sridevi look by going for a netted saree with a velvet pallu. Go for matching blouse. Go for stone studded jewellery.
If you want to keep your Diwali attire simple, then go for a plain chiffon saree. Team it up with minimal jewellery.
If you want to get a typical Maharashtrian look, for a traditional Painthani saree. Pick traditional Maharashtrian jewellery and don’t forget the nose pin (nath).
Go Royal like Vidya Balan by opting for a saree that’s made of pure silk. Team it up with a full-sleeved blouse and jewellery that compliments the entire look.
Pick up a plain chiffon saree with a metallic border and zardosi work scattered sporadically over the saree. Team it up with a blouse which has netted full-sleeves.
If you want to go completely traditional, then pick up a Benarasi saree with heavy zardosi work. Compliment it with Kundan necklace and earrings, glass bangles and a maang tika.
Get this Sonam Kapoor look by getting a long full-sleeved embroidered jacket that matches your saree. Keep the jewellery minimal.
Pick up a silk or a netted saree with metallic border and embroidery towards the bottom. Wear dangling jhumkas and do away with necklace. Compliment your look by wearing a simple bracelet.
Spread over five days, Diwali celebrations will start with Dhanteras on October 28, Naraka Chaturdashi on October 29, Lakshmi Pujan on October 30, Govardhan Puja on October 31 and Bhai Dooj on November 1.